WT1 75-3

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by Coling » 04 Mar 2018, 19:17

Thanks very much fizz I would appreciate if you find out the British one as I’m not quite sure which to get yet any info would be great .
Thanks also Dave that sounds good and a cheaper option but if I’m honest I would sooner go for one that is already made fit for purpose than trying to drill and fit a rail with my eyes it would be so far off the mark :crazy:

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by cliveward » 04 Mar 2018, 20:27

Hi All,

If you need a rear extended rail, then CSW do them in the UK for a lot of rifles.

Alternative is our QR mount that brings the scope further back (but a little higher than using an extended rail).

Cost is about the same for either option.


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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by Coling » 05 Mar 2018, 07:45

Hi Clive
Cheers for that I have looked at your option of the QR mount but my thoughts are same as yours it maybe a little high with both the rail and the mount what i think is my best option now is wait until the WT1 is made available to me then i can offer it to the rifle and make the decision from there.
Thanks for the information guy`s
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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by spiralviral » 05 Mar 2018, 08:02

Look for something similar to the Innomount systems? German engineering at its best (er, you do realise they're going to need our money very much sooner than anticipated, following on from the Italian election results?). These go direct from a number of weapon design 'dovetail/bases' and direct to the underside of such sights, cutting out middle parts, though I don't know the precise angles of the underside wedge/mounting block of the WT, but I'd be asking at least, costs v little to ask?

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by Coling » 05 Mar 2018, 09:50

Cheers spiralviral I will have a look into it
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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by Tikka.243 » 05 Mar 2018, 18:03

Apex do a stainless steel extended rail.

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by camo304 » 22 Mar 2018, 12:27

Can somebody tell me the click value's on these please, as i will be zeroing one this wkend.

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by cliveward » 22 Mar 2018, 12:34

camo304 wrote:Can somebody tell me the click value's on these please, as i will be zeroing one this wkend.
10mm at 100m from memory :thumbup:


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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by camo304 » 22 Mar 2018, 13:01

Cheers Clive

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Re: WT1 75-3

Post by seanw226 » 27 Apr 2018, 21:25

So I send 2 messages reference group buy for one of these scopes to Clive and both times don't get a reply! What sort of business is he running? Does he wanna sell these scopes?

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